Chocolate Tour at DeBrand’s
I was reading a blog post from a stay-at-home-mom (SAHM) and how she had moments of depression. Not the clinical sort. Moments of isolation, guilt, longing.
Here’s the problem…
Every mother has that. You aren’t special. Be it stay-at-home-moms or working moms. We all deal with this at some point, to some degree. Making it a SAHM vs working mom issue is yet another thing to divide mothers.
We’re a sisterhood of motherhood.
As 2015 comes to a close, I’ve been reflecting on things that have happened in the last year. Some good. Some bad.
January went by in a flash. It usually does.
February brought about the birthday of my sweet, little Navy. He turned the big 4. He had an awesome race car party with a Cars theme.
In March, we celebrated Lily’s birthday pretty low-key. We ate at one of her favorite Japanese restaurants. She loves hibachi shrimp and sushi. Not much longer, and she’ll be double-digits.
Heading to meet up with Henry for a long overdue date night!
I have been waiting for these shoes to go on sale for months. They were 30% off, so I snapped up one of two pairs in my size.
Got them home and put them on. Super cute!
I walked from the kitchen to the living room and back. They rub my ankle wrong. I had to take them back. Sad!
Navy was being a handful this morning. Them, he climbed up on the sofa, grabbed my face, had a huge smile on his face, and gave me a big kiss.
Melted my heart!
This entry was posted on November 10, 2012, in
family, momma and tagged Navy.
I usually share everything with the kids. I give them a drink from my cup. They get the last bite on my plate.
Henry and I made a trip to
Cabela’s to look at coats, snow pants, hats/gloves, and snow boots for our weekend getaway to Wisconsin next year.